In the free and inexpensive website market is WordPress now the standard? In my early days I relied on Prozilla and Dotcombuilder for most types of ecommerce websites. Can that flexibility be matched with wordpress? Database driven websites with categorized content like recipes or joke sites. I am trying to test that theory now with Senseofhumour.net compared to the older prozilla version here. Finding the right plugins and widgets to accomplish this type of project is my quest. I am for the most part a novice with WordPress so we will see how it develops.
This is a website script that I purchased full rights to in 2007. With the help and referals of my good friend and colleague Ed Pudol I had the script updated and redesigned. I operated the site for 2 years with a good return on the investment. I no longer own the domain mymediascript.com but I do still have the script. You can see an example here
As appreciation for our patronage visit the site here and if you would like a free copy of any of the versions let me know here. I will send you the script. I would like to redesign and update this at some point. Not in my capabilty.
Since my humble beginnings in ecommerce that began in the early 2000’s I have sought after the secrets to gaining a passive income from ecommerce. The silent sales machine. A network of websites individually earning small incomes, but as a collective can equal a respectable income. Combining advertising and affiliate sales are the easy answer.
The next real trick is covering the right niche markets combined with the proper platform to display your content. To that point is WordPress now the gold standard for ecommerce websites? Thats a new discussion. Any thoughts?